Times and Seasons, 15 February 1842

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LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE TIMES  AND SEASONS.
Those persons whose names appear in the  following list will please act as agents for the  Times and Seasons.
.
, City of .
. Victoria Knox co.
, Pittsfield Pike co.
.
, City of .
, City of Utica.
Charles Thompson. Batavia Gennessee co.
.
, City of .
Joseph H. Newton, do
Geo. W. Gee, City of .
Wm. G. Starrett, Beardstown Lancaster co.
DELAWARE.
Robert P. Crawford, Christiana.
NORTH CAROLINA.
,Joshua M. Grant.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
L. M. Davis, Cross Keys, Union District.
A[braham] O. Smoot, City of Charleston.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
, City of .
.
, City of .
City of .
Dwight Webster, Farmington Hartford co.
Fair Haven N Haven co
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Zadoc Parker, Lisbon Vilage Grafton co
E P Maginy [Eli Maginn] Gilsum
TENNESSEE
Tardy R Witcher, P M Whitleyville Jack son co.
Lake co
LOUISIANA
E G Terrell City of
Moses Johnson, P M Royal Oak Oakland co
INDIANA
J J Guirand, Mount Sterling Switzerland co
TRAVELING AGEMTS
,,
Lorenzo Barnes,J Savage,
Z[enos] H GurleyDaniel Shearer,
Julian Moses,
,,
,,
C Merkly,.
 
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BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
BOOK of Mormon, Gospel Reflector, Kirk ham’s Grammar, English and German  Grammar, &c. for sale at the Stationery,
 
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WANTED,
BY the subscriber, a first rate Book Binder;  one who thoroughly understands his bus iness, and of good moral character, will receive  good wages, and constant employment, by ap plying soon, to
.
, Jan. 1, 1842.
 
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POETRY.
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PARTING WORDS.
by james montgomery.
And he said let me go, for the day breaketh
Genesis xxii:23.
Let me go, the day is breaking—
Dear companions, let me go;
We have spent a night in waking
In the wilderness below;
Upward now I bend my way,
Part we here at break of day.
 
Let me go; I may not tarry,
Wrestling thus with doubts and fears,
Angels wait my soul to carry
Where my risen Lord appears.
Friends and kindred, weep not so—
If ye love me, let me go.
 
We have traveled long together,
Hand in hand and heart in heart,
Both through fair and stormy weather,
And ’tis hard, ’tis hard to part;
While I sigh “Farewell” to you,
Answer one and all, “Adieu!”
 
’Twas darkness gathering round me,
This withdraws me from your sight;
Walls of flesh no more can bind me—
But translated into light.
Like the lark on mountain wing,
Though unseen, you hear me sing.
 
Heaven’s broad day hath o’er me broken,
Far beyond earth’s span of sky;
Am I dead?—Nay by this token,
Know that I have ceased to die:
Would you solve the mystery,
Come up hither—come and see.
 
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GUIDE TO HEALTH.
“The Art of Healing had its origin in the woods,  and the forest is still the best medical school.”
DR. W. BEACH’S celebrated medical rem edies, for the treatment of all complaints,  on Botanical principles, for sale low for cash, at  C. W. Lyon’s store. Also, Beach’s Practice of  Medicine, in 3 vols. 8vo. Price $20.
C. W. LYON, Agent.
City of , Jan. 6, 1842. 6–5t*
 
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The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth  of every month, on the corner of Wa ter and Bain Streets, ,  Hancock County,  Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, paya ble in all cases in advance. Any person pro curing five new subscribers, and forwarding us  Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one  volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to  Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will  not receive attention. [p. 702]
 
——————————
LIST OF AGENTS FOR THE TIMES AND SEASONS.
Those persons whose names appear in the following list will please act as agents for the Times and Seasons.
.
, City of .
. Victoria Knox co.
, Pittsfield Pike co.
.
, City of .
, City of Utica.
Charles Thompson. Batavia Gennessee co.
.
, City of .
Joseph H. Newton, do
Geo. W. Gee, City of .
Wm. G. Starrett, Beardstown Lancaster co.
DELAWARE.
Robert P. Crawford, Christiana.
NORTH CAROLINA.
,Joshua M. Grant.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
L. M. Davis, Cross Keys, Union District.
Abraham O. Smoot, City of Charleston.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
, City of .
.
, City of .
City of .
Dwight Webster, Farmington Hartford co.
Fair Haven N Haven co
NEW HAMPSHIRE
Zadoc Parker, Lisbon Vilage Grafton co
E P Maginy Eli Maginn Gilsum
TENNESSEE
Tardy R Witcher, P M Whitleyville Jackson co.
Lake co
LOUISIANA
E G Terrell City of
Moses Johnson, P M Royal Oak Oakland co
INDIANA
J J Guirand, Mount Sterling Switzerland co
TRAVELING AGEMTS
,,
Lorenzo Barnes,J Savage,
Zenos H GurleyDaniel Shearer,
Julian Moses,
,,
,,
C Merkly,.
 
——————————
BOOKS AND STATIONERY.
BOOK of Mormon, Gospel Reflector, Kirkham’s Grammar, English and German Grammar, &c. for sale at the Stationery,
 
——————————
WANTED,
BY the subscriber, a first rate Book Binder; one who thoroughly understands his business, and of good moral character, will receive good wages, and constant employment, by applying soon, to
.
, Jan. 1, 1842.
 
——————————
POETRY.
——————————
PARTING WORDS.
by james montgomery.
And he said let me go, for the day breaketh
Genesis xxii:23.
Let me go, the day is breaking—
Dear companions, let me go;
We have spent a night in waking
In the wilderness below;
Upward now I bend my way,
Part we here at break of day.
 
Let me go; I may not tarry,
Wrestling thus with doubts and fears,
Angels wait my soul to carry
Where my risen Lord appears.
Friends and kindred, weep not so—
If ye love me, let me go.
 
We have traveled long together,
Hand in hand and heart in heart,
Both through fair and stormy weather,
And ’tis hard, ’tis hard to part;
While I sigh “Farewell” to you,
Answer one and all, “Adieu!”
 
’Twas darkness gathering round me,
This withdraws me from your sight;
Walls of flesh no more can bind me—
But translated into light.
Like the lark on mountain wing,
Though unseen, you hear me sing.
 
Heaven’s broad day hath o’er me broken,
Far beyond earth’s span of sky;
Am I dead?—Nay by this token,
Know that I have ceased to die:
Would you solve the mystery,
Come up hither—come and see.
 
——————————
GUIDE TO HEALTH.
“The Art of Healing had its origin in the woods, and the forest is still the best medical school.”
DR. W. BEACH’S celebrated medical remedies, for the treatment of all complaints, on Botanical principles, for sale low for cash, at C. W. Lyon’s store. Also, Beach’s Practice of Medicine, in 3 vols. 8vo. Price $20.
C. W. LYON, Agent.
City of , Jan. 6, 1842. 6–5t*
 
——————————
The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth of every month, on the corner of Water and Bain Streets, , Hancock County, Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, payable in all cases in advance. Any person procuring five new subscribers, and forwarding us Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will not receive attention. [p. 702]
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